Tickets still available for WSL clash against Chelsea

Albion are in Women's Super League action this Sunday against Chelsea, with supporters allowed to attend the match at Crawley.

By BHAFC • 08 December 2020

By Kyle Hemsley
Supporters will be able to attend Albion's WSL home fixtures starting against Chelsea on 13th December.

The game at the People's Pension Stadium takes place on Sunday 13th December, kick-off 2pm.
Tickets are now available to anyone with a ticket purchase history with the club.

Tickets can be purchased up until 12pm on Sunday. 

The match is strictly all-ticket and there will be no ticket sales on the day. Please note, tickets will not be made available to visiting supporters. 
All tickets will be issued as print-at-home tickets and must be printed in advance of matchday. 
To conform with the government's test-and-trace rules, booking a ticket for this match requires you to ensure your personal and contact details are all up to date, and that you have provided the club with a current working mobile phone number.
You will be able to book individually or in a household bubble, but you must comply with government Covid-19 regulations. 
If you are coming alone, please ensure you select a single, socially distanced seat.
If you are coming as a household group / support bubble please ensure that you only select seats positioned together with no social distancing that match the size your party.
Seats are priced £7 for adults, £3.50 for under-18s and over-65s.
Standing is priced £6 for adults, and £3 for under-18s and over-65s.
Two adults and two under-18s can purchase seats or standing for a group price of £15. Please note your price will alter automatically at checkout.


We will share further detailed information with all ticket holders concerning the new regulations and code of conduct, and matchday information.

Supporters who do not drive can travel to the match by coach provided by Seagull Travel with numerous pick-up points across West Sussex. You can book for free here.

Please ensure you read this carefully, ahead of attending the match, even if you have attended the Amex test event or the recent first Premier League match, as the rules for the WSL do differ from the rules in place for each of these matches.